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2015-10-14 06:00

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St Martin’s Presbyterian Church:

A Courtyard Tearoom is open on Fridays from 10am till noon at the church in Great West Way Road, Kabega Park. For more info contact Kathy at 041 360 4712.

NG Kerk Parkheuwel: Die jaarlikse basaar vind plaas op 30 Oktober vanaf 4.30nm. Heerlike hamburgers, skyfies, pannekoek, kerrievetkoeke, poedings, gebak, lekkers, handwerk en braai-etes sal te koop wees. Vir meer inligting, kontak Susan by 041 374 2928.

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Birdlife EC: There will be a Sundays River Boat trip on 17 October. Target birds: African Fish Eagle, Goliath Heron, White-fronted Bee-eater. For more information contact Ross Zietsman at 083 400 3722.

Genealogical Society of SA: The monthly meeting will take place on 19 October at 6.30pm at the Lolly Shtein Hall, right at the top of Villiers Road. The guest speaker will be Mr and Mrs Ken Garvie. They will discuss the fascinating subject of DNA and Genealogy.All welcome. For more information contact Alan Montgomery at 084 981 8491.

Baakens Valley Preservation Trust: The next alien hack to remove invasive plants is on 17 October from 9am to 12 noon. Meet at 8.45am at the Baakens Trail information board at the upper end of Alan Drive, Walmer Downs. Otherwise, walk or drive to the hack site behind Aurora using the dirt track next to the Municipal Nursery. Baakens Valley rangers will be there to assist. Local residents and chainsaws are especially welcome. Contact Nelia at 072 285 7619.

BNI Success: Meets every Wednesday from 7.15am to 9am at Conyngham Coffee Shop, Conyngham Road, Glendiningvale (opposite SABC). BNI is a business and professional networking organisation which allows one representative from each profession to join. The sole purpose of the group is to give its members more business. For more info or to book contact Wayne Cherry at 041 373 7989.

Royal Society of St George: Will be holding their annual Trafalgar Day meeting on 19 October starting at 11am at the Italian Club in Harold Road, Charlo. The guest speaker will be Captain Brian Phipps. The meeting will be followed by a soup lunch (R40). For more information contact Connie Broadley at 041 379 5593.

AACL Charity Shop: Are you about to move house or spring clean? The Animal Anti-Cruelty League is in need of second hand goods for their Charity Shop, The Bargain Box, in 9th Avenue Shopping Centre, Main Road, Walmer. Any unwanted saleable items such as books, clothes, jewellery, crockery, linen, kitchenware, ornaments, toys etc are welcome. Donations can be collected. For more info contact 041 581 2852.

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Golden Oldies: The Boys Brigade of Salem Moravian Church is having a fundraising Golden Oldies on 16 October at the Malabar Community Hall. DJ Manozay will provide the music. Tickets are R30 per person. Transport available from Schauderville area (R10 per person). Contact Esme at 083 330 5224.

Gospel Show: West End Baptist Church will present a Gospel show with the Christadelphians on 17 October at the West End Community Centre at 6pm. Admission is R50. For more information contact Corinne Hitzeroth at 084 685 0447.

VP Old Scholar’s Tea: As part of Victoria Park High’s 75th birthday celebrations, the principal invites all Victorians (1950 – 1965) to join for snacks on 23 October at 11am at the Victorian. Contact Sharon on 041 508 6412.

Bertram 30th Anniversary Celebrations: Betram Secondary School will celebrate the school’s 30th Anniversary with a few events this weekend. On 16 October there is a Golden Oldies at the Club House. On 17 October there is a Fun Run at 7am and Fun Day at the school fields. On 18 October there is a Church Service at the Chatty community Centre at 4pm

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